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Henry Greene, OD, FAAOAlbinism, Success Stories

My name is Alyssa. I am 22 years old, and I was born with a genetic condition known as Albinism. This genetic disorder usually causes a lack of pigmentation in the skin, hair, and eyes and is always linked with some degree of visual impairment. I have one of the more severe cases making my uncorrected vision 20/400. This is well beyond the threshold that is considered legally blind which is 20/200. Ocutech, a company

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Tim Goetz – Opportunity by Ocutech

Sarah LovejoySuccess Stories

Tim Goetz Call it “Opportunity by Ocutech” It’s Thanksgiving 2017, and I’m sitting here at work thinking over the last 20 odd years. Yes, I can’t believe it either, but it was actually autumn of 1996 when I received my first bioptic device from Ocutech. I was married, had a son, and living mostly in the cash economy of a disability check, when my back gave out. The doctor said no physical labor for a

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Living Life Karina Fuentes Style: There is Always A Way of Helping.

Sarah LovejoyAlbinism, Nystagmus, Success StoriesLeave a Comment

Karina Fuentes wearing bioptics and working on a computer

After migrating to the United States, Karina was an intern for the Braille Institute of America. Currently, she works as a full-time receptionist and uses her bioptic daily for clerical tasks that require a significant amount of reading. Karina prefers her Ocutech bioptics over other devices such as hand-held magnifiers because of the versatility and efficiency that comes with the ability to seamlessly move between viewing an object up-close and at a distance, such as reading a book and then looking up at a computer screen.

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Ocutech Bioptics Can Help You Drive Again – Just Ask Michelle!

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Girl wearing Ocutech Bioptics

In August of 2003 (while pregnant with my son Micah), I was diagnosed with Pseudotumor Cerebri/Intracranial Hypertension. Basically, spinal fluid leaks into my brain and causes too much pressure (severe headaches that make migraines feel like a walk in the park). The fluid damaged my optic nerves and macula, leaving me legally blind .

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